Product recalls

The Food & Drug Administration has issued a recall of Sabra hummus.

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About 30,000 cases of Sabra hummus sold nationwide are being recalled due to a possible Listeria contamination after several tubs in Michigan tested positive for the food-borne bacteria. No illnesses related to the hummus had been reported as of late last week.

The Sabra Dipping Co. is a joint venture of PepsiCo and Strauss Group.

The recalled products include:

Sabra Classic Hummus in 10-oz. sizes with UPC/SKU 040822011143/300067;

Sabra Classic Hummus in 30-oz. sizes with UPC/SKU 040822014687/300074;

Sabra Classic Hummus without Garnish in 32-oz. sizes with UPC/SKU 040822342049/301216;

Sabra Classic Hummus in 17-oz. six-packs with UPC/SKU 040822017497/301290;

Hummus Dual Pack Classic/Garlic 23.5 ounce with UPC/SKU 040822342209/301283.

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Blinds To Go custom-made window shades have a clear, P-shaped hook to hold down the cord. The cord or chain loop of the window shades clips into the device. The hook is screwed to the side of the wall or window during installation. It was shipped with the Blinds To Go custom-made roller shades with Sidewinders, Smartlift pleated and cellular shades, Panel Tracks shades and Serenity shades. They were sold at Blinds To Go showrooms and at for between $60 and $770 from January 2009 to November 2014.

The chain or cord loop can slip out of the hook, posing a strangulation hazard for small children. There have been no reported incidents. The company is offering a free kit to replace the hook.

Details: 800-254-6377 or go to

The recall is for the metal cages on the Bauer Concept C1 goal mask with certified titanium oval wire and the NME 10 goal mask with certified titanium oval wire that cost about $900. The recall is also for the $90 RP NME Ti Titanium replacement cage for the Concept C1 and NME 10 masks. They were sold in black or white with a titanium wire cage with two screws on each side. They were sold at sporting goods stores and online from April 2013 through February 2015.

The metal wires on the cages can break, which can cause facial injuries or cuts.

Details: 844-448-4246 or go to

Stokke Trailz strollers sold between November 2014 and December 2014. They were black, black melange, beige melange, deep blue, red and purple. The Stokke logo is on the front of the seat and the “Trailz” model name is on a tracking label affixed to the front of the wheelbase assembly. They were sold at baby boutiques nationwide and online at,,, and

The handle can break while in use and could fall on the infant. No injuries have been reported. The company is repairing the strollers.

Details: 877-978-6553 or go to

Westinghouse Lighting brand 31/4-inch round glass shade holders are ceiling-mounted and have model number 70242 and product date code “2014 APR” stamped on the bottom, near the socket. They were sold at Home Depot stores nationwide from August 2014 through January.

The pull chain switch is incorrectly wired, posing a shock hazard to the consumer.

Details: 888-417-6222 or go to www.westinghouselighting.